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Universal computer-oriented language

By W. B. Dobrusky, T. B. Steel

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 4 No. 3, Page 138

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The basic idea of UNCOL Universal Computer-Oriented Language—is to introduce a language between problem-oriented languages, POLs, and machine languages, MLs. This third level consists of a single language, UNCOL, which has the character of a generalized machine-line language.

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